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Devotions on Aging

Relatives and friends of Alzheimer’s caregivers can help best when they consider the emotional toll of the disease.

Regardless of age or how a person looks, God gifted everyone with the talents and ability to bear good fruit for as long as we live.

I can know the Bible backward and forward, but if I don't tell someone about Jesus, or better yet, show them, what good is it?

God desires my obedience, not a burnt offering of hardship and physical sacrifice. He is most pleased when I humbly lead others toward His grace.

We often get so busy that we don’t take note of what we're grateful for, much less express it to others.

I've heard it said that each of us has a hole in the heart that only God can fill. 

Our God knows how to use hardship and suffering — even injustice and cruelty — for His purposes and His glory.

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for...

An aging body is tolerable when there's a Spirit-filled soul to go with it.

Time is a gift. We need God's help to use it wisely.

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